Macy’s Passport Glamorama arrives in San Francisco September 14

For almost 30 years, over $41 million has been raised to help fight childhood illness, cancer and HIV/AIDS at Macy’s Glamorama, formerly known as Macy’s Passport.

For almost 30 years, over $41 million has been raised to help fight childhood illness, cancer and HIV/AIDS at Macy’s Glamorama, formerly known as Macy’s Passport. Join the Glam mob this year in San Francisco’s Orpheum Theatre for the most spectacular fashion show, after party and philanthropic event of the year! The after party is at the Asian Art Museum a short walk from The Orpheum.

This year’s performer include:

Robin Thicke

Born in Los Angeles, Robin Thicke taught himself to play piano at the age of 12. By 16, he was writing and producing songs for artists like Brandy, Color Me Badd, and Brian McKnight. By the age of 21, he had written and produced songs for over 20 gold and platinum albums including Michael Jackson, Marc Anthony, Pink and Christina Aguilera.

 

 

Karmin

In April 2011, Karmin’s Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan ignited the blogosphere when they posted a cover of Chris Brown’s “Look At Me Now” on YouTube. The clip instantly went viral, racking up millions of views after being tweeted by such hip-hop heavy hitters as The Roots’ Questlove, producers Diplo and Jermaine Dupree, and rapper The Game, each of whom marveled at the astonishing spectacle of Amy spitting raps at warp speed.

 

 

Megan & Liz

Macy’s iHeartRadio Rising Star Winners

The Michigan-born, Nashville-based, 19-year-old fraternal twin sisters cover songs and pen pop anthems that are as infectious as they are inspiring. Because of these tunes, the girls have resonated with an entire generation of fans via social media. Right now, they’ve racked up more than 160 million views and over 825,000 subscribers on YouTube.

 

Tickets

Tickets are available from $79 to $1,000